A. Memory address
C. Access time
D. Destructive readout
E. Non-destructive readout
F. Volatile memory
G. Nonvolatile memory
IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 6-19 THROUGH 6-24,
REFER TO FIGURE 6-B. SELECT THE TERM THAT
MATCHES THE DESCRIPTION IN EACH
Time interval from the instant a request for data is
initiated until the data is available for use.
The output side of a flip-flop is read from memory
without having to be rewritten.
The power to the computer is turned off and the
contents of memory are retained.
The particular location of a larger memory array
where a packet of information is located.
Power is shut off to the computer and the contents
of the semi-conductor memory are lost.
The data is lost when it is read from memory.
A memory unit that can receive requests from
more than one CPU or I/O section is known as
which of the following types of memories?
1. Memory pcb
2. Single-inline memory module
3. Multiported memory module
4. Dual-action memory module
Pcb type memories are usually composed of
which of the following memory types?
Both 2 and 3 above
In a typical square form memory, the intersection
of an x row and y column is called a
1. memory word address
2. memory word
3. memory module
4. memory cell
The x rows and y columns of a typical memory
will be equal in number.